Still running the heating and air in March

It’s the end of March, and I’m still running the heating plan non stop. The outside temperature rarely gets above forty degrees, and it snowed yupterday. The lilac trees have budded and the daffodils are particularly blooming. There are robins hopping around in the snow, looking very freezing and unhappy. The Springtime season has arrived, and yet the weather is refusing to cooperate. I’m distraught with the freezing hot and cold temperatures. I’m tired of wearing our wool coat and boots to go outside. I’m distraught with spending the majority of our time trapped in the house, when there’s so much yard work that needs to be done. I dislike spending a fortune on our heating bills, and I’m sad about our furnace… Although I had the furnace professionally inspected in the early fall, it’s no longer operating at its best. The excessive workload has particularly put a strain on the heating unit. It has begun to make some weird noises, and is no longer supplying as much heated air. I’ve needed to bump up the temperature control several times. The furnace is running for much longer cycles, and yet there’s freezing spots in multiple rooms. There’s also more dust flying around in the air. I am hoping the furnace can make it to the end of the season. I particularly don’t want to face a malfunction and a fancy repair, but there’s no way I could currently get by separate from heat. I’m being very diligent about cleaning the after filter officially. Although I should particularly schedule an appointment with the local Heating, Ventilation, and A/C corporation to have the furnace inspected again, I’d love to spend the currency on getting the cooling system ready for the summer.

furnace/heater tune-up